Doctor of Physical Therapy, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Bachelor of Science, Towson University: Exercise Science major, Biology minor
Dylan joined the Quest Physical Therapy team in March 2021 due to their commitment to provide high quality patient care in a fun and dynamic atmosphere. Dylan was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland participating in soccer, indoor track, and lacrosse throughout his youth. While in physical therapy school, Dylan had the opportunity to become a teaching assistant for the class below him, obtain a LSVT certification for management of patients with Parkinson’s Disease, engage in research relating functional outcome measures to disease progression in patients with ALS, and perform an independent study exploring the kinematics and rehabilitation principles for guitar related injuries.
Dylan strives to help all his patient’s return to the activities they love through manual therapy, patient education, therapeutic exercise, and retraining pathological motor patterns. Dylan enjoys treating all patients but is most passionate about orthopaedics. Dylan loves spending time with his patients to understand what makes them unique and discover what is truly driving their dysfunction. He will be more than happy to explain to you why he is assessing your back when you come in for shoulder pain or why he is examining your hip when you have foot pain. Dylan aims to help all his patients achieve an optimal level of function, and hopefully have some fun along the way.
In his free time, you will find Dylan trail running, hiking, playing guitar, experimenting in the kitchen, or cheering on his favorite Baltimore sports teams.